Hydrogen chloride, anhydrous


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Material Name:  Hydrogen chloride, anhydrous

UN/NA ID:  1050

Emergency Response Guide Number:  125

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Isolation & Protective Action Distances for "Hydrogen chloride, anhydrous":

Small Spills:

First ISOLATE in all directionsPROTECT persons downwind: DayPROTECT persons downwind: Night
30 m (100 ft)0.1 km (0.1 miles)0.4 km (0.2 miles)

Large Spills:

First ISOLATE in all directionsPROTECT persons downwind: DayPROTECT persons downwind: Night
60 m (200 ft)0.3 km (0.2 miles)1.4 km (0.9 miles)

Analytical testing dotsRelated Hazardous Material(s):  Hydrogen chloride, anhydrous  


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